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Amy G. Rassen

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Rassen and Associates

Direct Phone: (415) ***-****direct phone

Email: a***@***.org

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Rassen and Associates

Company Description

Rassen and Associates is dedicated to ensuring that children, individuals and families lead the best lives possible. We seek to reach this goal by helping public agencies, non-profits and foundations create, provide and/or improve their services and programs. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Executive Director

Jewish Family & Children's Service


Management Consultant

Homebridge


Manangement Consultant and Executive Coach

Sweetwater Spectrum


Consultant - Interim Executive Director

MISSSEY Inc


Long-Term Care Specialist

California Department of Corrections


Executive Director

American Asthma Foundation


Interim Executive Director

Rhoda Goldman Plaza


Affiliations

Impact100 Sonoma

Board Member


Northern California Community Loan Fund

Board Member


U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Senior Advisor


National Council of Jewish Women

Board Member


Sour Flour

Board Member


Starting Points Carnegie Foundation Initiative

Executive Committee Member


In-Home Support Services

Board Member


United Way of San Francisco

Advisory Board Member of the National Economic Development Law Center, Committee Member


FRC

Treasurer of the Board of Directors


The SAGE Project Inc

Senior Advisor


Greater Bay Area Family Resource Network

Founder


Education

Bachelor of Art's degree

Brandeis University


MSW

Washington University


Web References(71 Total References)


Contact Us | Rassen and Associates

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Amy Rassen
Amy Rassen (415) 652-4533 amy@rassenassociates.org


www.rassenassociates.org

Amy Rassen
For the past 40 years, AMY RASSEN has provided leadership and vision to a number of the most innovative nonprofit organizations committed to improving the lives of men, women and children. She founded Rassen and Associates in 2006 to help both large and small nonprofits pursue their missions using cutting-edge, sustainable practices and a governance structure that reflects their vision. Amy has served as Interim Executive Director for a number of faltering organizations to prepare them for new leadership, started a national foundation, supported in revamping the healthcare system for prisoners in the state of California, and developed pioneering programs that have been replicated around the country. She is also a licensed clinical social worker.


About NCCLF | Northern California Community Loan Fund

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Amy Rassen
Principal, Rassen Consulting


Our Team | Rassen and Associates

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Amy Rassen
For the past 40 years, AMY RASSEN has provided leadership and vision to a number of the most innovative nonprofit organizations committed to improving the lives of men, women and children. She founded Rassen and Associates in 2006 to help both large and small nonprofits pursue their missions using cutting-edge, sustainable practices and a governance structure that reflects their vision. Amy has served as Interim Executive Director for a number of faltering organizations to prepare them for new leadership, started a national foundation, supported in revamping the healthcare system for prisoners in the state of California, and developed pioneering programs that have been replicated around the country. She is also a licensed clinical social worker.


Amy Rassen | Rassen and Associates

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Amy Rassen
Amy Rassen Rassen and Associates, through tailored consultation services, Amy Rassen CV Amy Rassen is a recognized leader in non-profit management with extensive experience developing and overseeing highly complex non-profit organizations. Amy is known as a pioneer in the field of family support. As co-founder and chair of national and local organizations she is one of a handful of leaders who have shaped the family support movement in the U.S. She has been instrumental in building national and state systems and enabling nonprofits to implement strategies for organizational sustainability. For the past 40 years, Amy has pursued her vision of social justice by improving the lives of countless men, women and children. Her work has been recognized by foundation officers, state and county leaders and professional societies, and the many organizations she has helped thrive. She is passionate about ensuring that children, individuals and families lead the best lives possible. As a VISTA volunteer in Los Angeles and then as a child welfare worker in the St. Louis Missouri Division of Welfare, Amy developed what would become a lifelong commitment to social justice. She joined San Francisco-based Jewish Family and Children's Services (JFCS) in 1978, where she founded and operated Parents Place, one of the first comprehensive family resource center for parents and children in the country, replicated in over 200 locations. In 1985, Amy became the Associate Executive Director of JFCS, a position that she held until November 2006. In this position, she oversaw multiple aspects of institutional advancement; designed innovative, replicable, financially sustainable programs; created consumer driven service delivery models, developed operations and accountability systems, raised millions of dollars annually; and developed and implemented outcomes-based quality assurance programs. She received national recognition for creating social enterprises and mission driven businesses, such as care for seniors at home, adoption and conservatorship services and for her visionary research on early intervention services for at-risk children and cost effective approaches to maintaining frail elderly in their own homes. In 2006 she launched her own consulting business, Rassen and Associates, to enhance the capacity of nonprofit organizations to meet the demands of today and to prepare for tomorrow. Local philanthropists recruited her to start-up a national organization dedicated to helping the 23 million Americans who suffer from asthma. As Executive Director, she worked closely with the founders to plan the direction of the foundation and engaged major donors to support the foundation's goals. Amy was subsequently hired by the California Health Care Prison Receivership (CHCPR) for her expertise in long-term care and organizational management to help revamp the health care system that served (at that time) 175,000 inmates of California's 33 adult prisons. Upon completion of her work with CHCPR, Amy turned her attention toward helping nonprofit agencies throughout the Bay Area in need of capacity building, strategic and business planning, turn-around and/or transition services. Over the past 10 years she has consulted to over 25 non-profit organizations of varying sizes addressing issues of organization development and design, system improvements, effective governance and accountability, while also coaching executive directors. Two organizations addressed human trafficking. As Senior Advisor to SAGE she testified before the US Civil Rights Commission on "Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children". She later prepared a "Landscape of Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking" in the Bay Area for The Economic Development & Justice Giving Circle of the Women's Foundation. Human services, education, health, home care, human trafficking, workforce development and social justice have been the major foci of her practice. Amy has written a sizable number of reports, strategic and business plans as well as program, operations, employment and finance manuals. Publications and research papers can downloaded from her website (www.rassenassociates.org). Amy is a licensed clinical social worker with a bachelor's degree in history from Brandeis University and and a master's degree in social work from Washington University. She sits on several boards and advisory committees. She is currently on the board of directors of the Northern California Community Loan Fund and Sour Flour and sits on several advisory committees.


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